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Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Engineering
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KEY BENEFIT: The first book of its kind devoted completely to industrial ecology/green engineering, this introduction uses industrial ecology principles and cases to ground the discussion of sustainable engineering–and offers practical and reasonable approaches to design decisions. KEY TOPICS: Technology and Sustainability; Industrial Ecology(IE) and Sustainable Engineering (SE) Concepts; Relevance of Biological Ecology to Technology; Metabolic Analysis; Technological Change and Evolving Risk; Social Dimensions of Industrial Ecology; Concept of Sustainability; SE; Industrial Book Development; Design for Environment and for Sustainability; Introduction to Life-Cycle Assessment; LCA Impact and Interpretation Stages; Streamlining the LCA Process; Systems Analysis; Industrial Ecosystems; Material Flow Analysis; National Material Accounts; Energy and IE; Water and IE; Urban IE; Modeling in IE; Scenarios for IE; Status of Resources; IE and SE in Developing Countries; IE and Sustainability in the Corporation/Government/Society MARKET: A useful reference for professionals in environmental science, environmental policy, and engineering.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #785091 in Books
- Published on: 2009-10-03
- Ingredients: Example Ingredients
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 9.20" h x 1.20" w x 7.10" l, 1.85 pounds
- Binding: Hardcover
- 352 pages
Most helpful customer reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Excellent Overview of Sustainable Engineering
This textbook is an excellent starting point for anyone interested in sustainable engineering or the evolving field of industrial ecology. The book is catered to an upper undergraduate or beginning graduate engineering student, and offers a real overview of the multiple topics involved in sustainable engineering. Generally, each chapter is no longer than 20 pages (but there are over 20+ chapters), which allows the authors to cover multiple topics of sustainable engineering in a concise, yet still detailed manner. Each chapter offers an excellent list of suggested readings from which the authors pulled their information from, and all the graphs and tables are easy to understand and follow. Additionally, the chapters are to the point (as previously mentioned), and allow the reader to gain a wide range of knowledge concerning these exciting fields, without the information becoming too overwhelming. Highly recommended!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Okay book, a lot of editing mistakes
This book has pretty good content, however, there are a lot of editing mistakes with the graphics in this book. They are black and white and sometimes they are too dark to read.